Quick FCC Hearing dispatch

Posted by Mitchell - September 21, 2007 (entry 571)

There'll be a lot more to talk about the FCC hearing in the coming days and weeks, but I wanted to get a post up about the hearing.

It was an overwhelming success, I think. Estimates of about 800 people attended. (It would have almost certainly have been more had not this been scheduled on the same day.)

More importantly, the pro-democracy forces were there, and there when it mattered most. It was clear we out-organized the other side, which is what we had worked so very hard to have happen.

We'll probably spend today and the weekend to decompress, but we'll definitely post soon reports about the hearing and its details and additional follow-up.

Hasta la victoria siempre!

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